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    Default BX25 leaf blower

    Couldn"t spend a lot of money on a blower to clean up around the yard. so I made this. works pretty well
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmbracing
    Couldn"t spend a lot of money on a blower to clean up around the yard. so I made this. works pretty well
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    I hope you take video of that in action in a couple of weeks. That looks like a great idea!
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    Default Re: BX25 leaf blower

    Very nice! Looks like a "store-bought" unit. I'm close to finishing a home brew one and it looks pretty crude by comparison.

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    Default Re: BX25 leaf blower

    Good idea. It looks like you can unhook it from the tractor and use it manually?
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    Default Re: BX25 leaf blower

    I never seen extenders on a cat o lift arm before... or do they just work like a I match system ? Looks like it still has to be pinned though. Learn something new everyday !

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    Default Re: BX25 leaf blower

    Good Job! That's using yer head! Post up a YouTube of it
    in action for us!
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    Default Re: BX25 leaf blower

    I post a video when and If it ever stops raining long enough to do it, I think my feet are growing webs.
    the extenders make it easy to hook up just clip in and purt the pins in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Blue View Post
    I never seen extenders on a cat o lift arm before... or do they just work like a I match system ? Looks like it still has to be pinned though. Learn something new everyday !
    Thoughs look to be Pats easy change system or something similar.

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    Default Re: BX25 leaf blower

    BX is not cat 0. its cat 1

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